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Reflections of an Australian Regulationist

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  • Chester, Lynne

Introduction The 2015 International Conference ‘The Regulation Theory in Times of Crisis’ marked some 40 years of Regulation Theory. The genesis of this school of economic thought lies in the 1970s economic crisis because “there was a need to understand why things no longer worked, a need which first required an understanding of what had previously worked, and why” (Lipietz, 1988: 14). Bob Jessop (2001b) claims that no other school has been as influential in as many disciplines or across as m...

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Article provided by Association Recherche et Régulation in its journal Revue de la Régulation - Capitalisme, institutions, pouvoirs.

Volume (Year): 19 (2016)
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  1. Stavros D. Mavroudeas, 2012. "The regulation approach," Chapters,in: The Elgar Companion to Marxist Economics, chapter 48, pages 304-309 Edward Elgar Publishing.
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